Haris

By Haris

LifeBuzz Staff

What If I Told You This Bread Glows In The Dark. Would You Believe Me?

While most people eat bread, artist Yukiko Morita makes lamps out of it! When Yukiko was a teenager she had a part-time job in a bakery. That’s where she became fascinated with bread. She wanted to decorate her room with it, but because bread goes bad fast it wasn’t a real possibility. So Yukiko developed a bread prototype that could be used for interior design and made them into lamps. Pampshade showcased at Tokyo Design Week.

Holy bread!

Holy bread!

Those croissants are just waiting to be buttered.

Those croissants are just waiting to be buttered.

Yukiko uses a secret recipe so the bread never goes bad.

Yukiko uses a secret recipe so the bread never goes bad.

These look too delicious to be lamps.

These look too delicious to be lamps.

 I could never own a bread lamp, I’d get hungry just looking at it.

 I could never own a bread lamp, I’d get hungry just looking at it.

Can you imagine saying, “hey honey, can you turn off the loaf?” 

Can you imagine saying, “hey honey, can you turn off the loaf?” 

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